Julian Borg-Barthet the Business Development Director of NMi

Julian Borg-Barthet the Business Development Director of NMi

NMi is pleased to announce the promotion of Julian Borg-Barthet to the role of Business
Development Director.

Julian joined NMi in 2011 as Business Development Manager where he
worked tirelessly building the brand’s reputation in gaming markets worldwide. Having
responsibility for strategy and new sales across online, land based, and lottery markets
worldwide, and remaining situated in NMi Gaming’s United Kingdom head office, Julian will
continue delivering NMi’s services globally alongside a specialised business development
team offering localised expertise in Spanish speaking markets and representation in key
markets such as Malta.

 

Andrew Rosewarne, Director of NMi Gaming, commented: “Julian has played a major part in NMi’s elevation to the top echelon of gaming compliance labs, not just through the strong
relationships he has built in the industry but also at a strategic level. This appointment reflects the importance we place on Julian’s involvement in steering the business as the gaming compliance market continues to grow in size and complexity.

 

 

NMi continues to see increasing customer demand due to its reputation for first class customer
service, technical expertise and flexibility, consistently exceeding customer expectations. A firm
commitment to be at the forefront in emerging regulated jurisdictions, whilst maintaining
approvals within existing markets, ensures that customers have the peace of mind that NMi
can support their regulatory road maps through a partnership approach, wherever they choose
to take their business.

Delivering approvals across all regulated jurisdictions means that NMi’s
customers can achieve their global ambitions.

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